Republic of Ireland winger Aiden McGeady cannot wait for this summer's European Championship in Poland and Ukraine.
The Spartak Moscow man helped Ireland secure their place in the finals and he is expected to make Giovanni Trapattoni's final squad.
McGeady is wary of picking up a knock in the coming months, as he wants to be as fit as possible come the start to the tournament.
Asked if he thinks about the finals every day, McGeady said: "Yes, to be honest with you, I do. I wake up at night dreaming about it.
"It's that sort of hallowed ground that you want to get to a major finals.
"The thing is, we have qualified but now you have to just make sure you stay fit and give yourself the best possible chance to shine at the Euros.
"Everyone is just absolutely buzzing for it. We are still on a high, really, from November, everyone is still buzzing about it and really looking forward to the first gathering up at the end of May and then the Championships themselves.
"It's going to be fantastic."
Ireland open their Group C campaign against Croatia in Poznan before tackling reigning world and European champions Spain in Gdansk and then Trapattoni's native Italy back in Poznan.
"To be honest, the fact that we are there speaks volumes. We weren't expected to qualify and we did," continued the ex-Celtic man.
"Now that we are there, we are going to try to do everything we can to get out of the group.
"We are obviously in a very tough group but our record has been good against Italy in the last few years, and Croatia, we played them here not too long ago and drew 0-0.
"Spain, obviously everyone is talking about them. They are the favourites to win the competition.
"But it's not totally unrealistic for us to get out of the group. We will give ourselves every chance."